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Mark M. Birmingham, AL

About Mark

*** Studio Equipment *** sound proof rooms- piano there's a church classroom room with a piano for lessons seating for parents *** Travel Equipment *** I will provide instruction materials. Student will need to provide any accompaniment necessary. *** Specialties *** I teach a variety of vocal styles including rock, pop, classical and choral. I also teach music based on the basics of rhythm and theory. ***Computer*** For computer based teaching or online, a personal computer will be required with purchased and licensed software already installed.

Jacob B. Birmingham, AL

About Jacob

I love being creative! I also enjoy showing others how to get better with their creativity. I have my BS in Environmental Design and have been using Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop for 13 years. I have also been playing music professionally for 10 years. With music I have gotten to see alot of the world. I played with a Christian band called Rush of Fools for 3 years. I have an extensive understanding of guitar effects and tone as well. I have been shooting photography for 8 years with darkroom experience. I would love to work with you!

Steve R. West Blocton, AL

About steve

With years of live performance and studio work Steve is able to teach a beginning student to refreshing older more experienced musicians to be their very best! Since 1996 Steve has been taking on the task to educate students of all ages and walks of life. Steve teaches a 3 fold method that is custom fitted to the each students pace and needs. He covers theory, sight reading notes, and chord technique. TAB is also used in relation to guitar music. Each new student lesson starts by finding out what the students music tastes are and a practice regime is started along with basic warm ups and exercises. A log is kept of every lesson so parents or students may see overviews of what is being covered. A recital is held once a year with a Christmas theme. Each student is invited after ...

Jeff B. Gardendale, AL

About Jeff

Jeff has been teaching private lessons since 2006 and is currently available to teach lessons at his home or yours. Jeff has helped students learn to proficiently play guitar, bass, drums, and sing. He's also helped students grow to be effective worship leaders and church musicians, as well as professional players and teachers Jeff graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in music in 2000, and is also a certified recording engineer. Further, Jeff taught music as a college professor for two years. As an expert in his field, Jeff looks forward to helping new students achieve their goals. Jeff's teaching style is balanced...it's very enjoyable, and you will get to learn the music you want to learn, but is serious as well, with an emphasis on technique and training in music ...

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The Ten Best Tips and Tricks for Learning Guitar Chords

Ready to learn guitar chords? Guitar teacher Joe H. shares his secrets to mastering guitar chords... The guitar is incredibly versatile accompaniment instrument. It can deliver many effects, from driving strumming to delicate fingerpicking. It is essential that a guitarist have a solid vocabulary of chords to draw from to do this. Let’s be honest for moment: There are hundreds of chords! The good news is that some are more essential than others (more on that later). The following ten tips and … Read More
The Ten Best Tips and Tricks for Learning Guitar Chords
Ready to learn guitar chords? Guitar teacher Joe H. shares his secrets to mastering guitar chords... The guitar is incredibly versatile accompaniment instrument. It can deliver many effects, from driving strumming to delicate fingerpicking. It is essential that a guitarist have a solid vocabulary of chords to draw from to do this. Let’s be honest for moment: There are hundreds of chords! The good news is that some are more essential than others (more on that later). The following ten tips and
3 Small Mistakes That Make a Big Impact on Learning Piano
Not progressing as fast as you'd like on the piano? Here, Covington, KY teacher Stacey S. shares three common mistakes that might be tripping you up as you're learning piano...   Learning piano is a fun yet challenging journey. If you're feeling frustrated, however, you might be tempted to quit before you can really can play much of anything. But by addressing three small mistakes often made, you can improve your learning process! Small Mistake: Not practicing enough Big Impact: Sl
5 Ways To Make Money Playing Violin
When you think about making money using your skills as a violin player, violin teacher jobs might be the first thing that comes to mind. But there are so many more options! Here are some ideas from Brooklyn, NY teacher Julie P...   The ability to play the violin is a very marketable skill. If you're looking for violin teacher jobs, working at a school or teaching private lessons is a great way to earn money. But if you'd prefer to just play and perform, there are a number of opportuni
How to Sing Higher, Clearer, and On Pitch: 3 Simple Fixes
Most beginner vocalists come across the same types of issues - such as struggling to learn how to sing higher or stay on pitch during practice and performances. Read on as Grand Rapids, MI teacher Kelsey P. explains why - along with 3 simple fixes! Having trouble hitting those high notes? Staying on pitch? Producing a clear tone? Do you ever feel like singing is really hard work, and notice your voice feels and sounds tired after just a short amount of singing? In most cases, all of th
So You Want to Become a Singer? Here's How to Get There
Private lessons? Check. Big dreams? Check! But there's one more part of the equation that's integral to become a singer and reach your career goals. Find out as Monclova, OH teacher Carrie A. explains... I can't tell you how many students over the years have come to me saying they wanted to be on TV or Broadway. While those are great aspirations to go after, it really isn't the place to start to become a singer. What I have found is a great way to get started is to look for opportunities

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